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The San Diego Zoo is a large zoo that covers a whopping 379 acres (153 hectares) of land. It’s one of the best zoos in North America and has more than 8,000 animals. It’s home to endangered species like the panda, okapi, yellow-billed stork, and mountain tapir. The city also has two other major zoos: the Safari Park and SeaWorld. It is located at 2920 Zoo Dr, San Diego, CA 92101.
San Diego Zoo is located near downtown San Diego and is part of Balboa Park. The park was created by John Mills in order to house the biological collections from around the world — it now also serves as a botanical garden for visitors. The zoo is open 365 days a year from 10 AM to 5 PM (it’s closed on Christmas Day). It costs $25 for adults and $12 for children under 12 years old. Children 2 years old and younger are free. You can purchase tickets ahead or at the gate with cash or credit card only.
The San Diego Zoo is open 365 days a year from 10 AM to 5 PM. It costs $25 for adults and $12 for children under 12 years old. Children 2 years old and younger are free. You can purchase tickets ahead or at the gate with cash or credit card only.
The San Diego Zoo is one of the largest in the world. It covers more than 379 acres of land and has more than 8,000 animals. The zoo has four main zones. The Entrance Zone is where you will find the zoo’s signature giant pandas. The American Trail is home to many North and South American animals like red-tailed hawks, grizzly bears, and prairie dogs. The Asian Trail is home to several Asian animals like the panda, red river hog, Bengal tiger, and okapi. The Conservation Station is the zoo’s education center and is home to many animals that study the natural world and how humans affect it. The zoo also offers daily programs and activities for visitors.
The zoo is located near downtown San Diego. It’s part of Balboa Park and was created by John Mills in order to house the biological collections from around the world — it now also serves as a botanical garden for visitors
The San Diego Zoo also has its own Safari Park and SeaWorld for tourists to enjoy. The Safari Park is home to many South Asian species like the Indian gazelle, Indian muntjac, Indian elephant, and Bengal tiger. At SeaWorld, you can see various species of mammals, birds, and reptiles. The Safari Park has more than 900 animals from all over Africa.
The San Diego Botanical Garden is part of the San Diego Zoo and has more than 7,000 plant species. Visitors can come here year-round to see a wide variety of flowers, trees, and shrubs. There are also numerous gardens with rare and endangered species. Some of the most famous include the Philippe L'Olio Italian Rosa Garden, the California Native Plant Gardens, the Desert Scrub Garden, the Indigenous Garden, and the San Diego Wildflowers Garden.